When you look at or analyze a project portfolio, you often find that many projects fail to meet deadlines as well as other targets set for the project.
Working with a range of different projects over several years, I have found common reasons projects fail. The bad news is that while these reasons are not new, they continue to this day. The good news is that organizations can opt to leverage their risk management teams and rectify and improve on these causes without having to “bend over backwards” to boost performance.
In this article, Hans Læssøe discusses 5 common reasons projects fail. He shows what needs to be done to prevent failures and make it so that projects add true value to your organization.